In the summer of 2019, I took my daughter to Greenstreet Gardens in South Austin.
The park has a number of gardens and lots of outdoor space, and it was perfect for her.
We took her in one day to explore the area, which is mostly paved.
It was also the day of the annual “greening up the garden” event, which was a fun day for her and for us.
There were also plenty of other events, like the annual flower market and a farmer’s market, that were also great for the neighborhood.
I would definitely recommend this spot if you want to spend the summer outdoors and want to enjoy the neighborhood as much as possible.
In fact, this was my first trip to Green Street Gardens, and I have to say that it was one of the best visits I have ever had.
When I got back home, I decided to take a few pictures and post them on Instagram, but I had to leave it up to you to see if you can find the ones that are really good!
I took this picture from one of my favorite spots on the street, Greenstreet Garden, on the evening of April 22, 2019.
The photo shows a huge green hedge with several plants blooming all around it.
Greenstreet Gardens is a very popular park in South Texas, and is usually a good spot to visit during the summer.
I was able to find some great pictures, including some from the “green-up” event.
I love this green hedge.
It has many different species of flowers that I will share later on.
This is a close-up of the flowers in a green hedge in Greenstreet, which includes the green-up flower market.
Another view of the green hedge from Greenstreet.
We were also able to take some pictures of some of the flower sellers selling locally grown plants, including the “Garden of the Gods.”
I think it is really cool to be able to see plants grow in the middle of a park in a cool setting.
Some of the gardeners selling locally-grown flowers at Greenstreet gardens.
The “Grape” at Green Street Garden.
And of course, there are some amazing flowers for sale in Green Street, like this pink one from one lady.
What do you think of the pictures?
Do you love them or hate them?